And as of this writing, they've blown past their $250,000 goal by almost $100,000.
The Kickstarter page has only been up since this morning, but 1,379 backers have already guaranteed that the STEM System will see the light of day. The blindingly-fast fundraising should stand as a testament to Sixense's ability to not only create a viable product but to also get people excited. They're calling the system the "next evolution in motion tracking technology" and it's pretty clear that people believe them.
The first STEM Systems are scheduled to arrive in July of next year. Check out the full press release for the details.